The administration's claim could undercut a key argument from the Trump administration.
Nasal spray developed by Johnson & Johnson may be the key to fighting treatment resistant depression
Dr. Mikhail Varshavski on the nasal spray developed by Johnson & Johnson to treat depression and a new study finding that pushups may be a key to measuring cardio health.
Elizabeth Warren rolls out universal child care proposal.
Maryland enacted the measure in 2017 after a series of high-profile price hikes by drugmakers.
Publicly Trump and others blast PBMs, but privately the administration is further empowering the industry.
Bite founder and CEO Lindsay McCormick discusses how she came up with the idea of making vegan friendly zero-waist toothpaste tablets.
CityMD medical director Dr. Janette Nesheiwat weighs in on the resurgence of the measles virus.
A spokesperson said public data on the treatment doesn't show a clinical benefit for PTSD sufferers.
The best time to set the stage for a balanced budget is during a roaring economy.
Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel explains how measles could be making a comeback in the U.S.
Medicare Advantage enrollees get a new, second chance to find the right health coverage this year.
The FDA is expected to decide by March whether to approve the new drug.
The recall stems from transmission and door latch problems.
Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, aka “Dr. Mike,” on how teenagers are defying their anti-vaccine parents taking their health into their own hands.
A U.N. agency says 40 countries led by Japan and the European Union — but not the U.S. or China — have agreed to require new cars and light commercial vehicles to be equipped with automated braking systems starting next year.
The clash over free trade in North America has long been fought over familiar issues: Low-paid Mexican workers.
The agency said more than 50 products have 'unproven claims' for treating multiple diseases.